Please note that this is a closed call and only invited teams are eligible to participate.
Former seed grantees and other invited innovators are eligible to apply for this competitive follow-on transition to scale or scaling grant with a term of up to thirty-six (36) months. GC Africa and GC South Africa will fund an amount which is commensurate with the scope of work proposed for the transition to scale or scaling of innovations within the 36 month period.
The AAS Affiliates Programme seeks early and mid-career scientists who demonstrate excellence in their development and application of science in Africa. These individuals become Affiliates of The AAS for a period of five years during which they receive individualised professional development support and join a wider community of science leaders on the African continent.
Please note that the process now allows individuals to apply directly instead of being nominated by senior scientists.
Other Funding Opportunities
1 opportunities available
Intra-Africa Academic Mobility Scheme 2019
Award value – €1-1.4 million
The EU Call on Intra-Africa Mobility is relevant to those working in universities. Your institutions could apply for your MScs, PhDs and staff. It addresses major topics like academic mobility built into Master and Doc – programs, academic and staff mobility, quality increase, comparability of curricula, etc. Learn more here
During the European Research Council meeting at The AAS on 20 March 2019, it emerged that applying to grants from the EU requires dedicating several months to complete the application process. Kindly read through what is required and see if this is something your institutions could pursue.
You will need to form a partnership comprising of 4-6 African universities and 1 EU technical partner. You have the benefit of finding Africa collaborators from among the Fellows and Affiliates.
The Call for proposals Guidelines as well as all relevant information and documents for the submission of proposals under the present Call are available on the Agency's website